I have read through the comments on forum and it said solved connecting Quicken to an Android phone, but the link goes to just a review of some apps that are just general "financial" apps. I have a Palm Centro that has Pocket Quicken and need to upgrade and need this link. Thanks in advance.
Although none have a true sync with Quicken for Windows, all can export to Quicken (via .qif & .csv)
So, I'm in the same boat as you. I don't know why Intuit can't see that there is a market for Quicken on Android. (forget Mint as it just reports what's on Mint.com can lag by a day just like your bank).
I'm guessing it's probably that Android apps are usually much cheaper.
However I, like many, would gladly pay for Quicken on Android the same as I did on Windows Mobile and Palm.
Thanks guys, not looking good for reading Quicken files on android then. There is money available here Intuit! Probably will have to go to another program, what a hastle, and if I have to, I won't return to Quicken.